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LITERARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

LITERARY . A WATERFALL . Born ln mountains , mid the heather , Laughing lightly on my way , Gliding o er the soft brown mosses , Leaping o er the stones In spray ; Little noting whither wend I , Filled my heart with careless joy , Down the mountain-gorge thus wend I , Thinking all the world my toy . Sudden open wide before me , Rock and crag and mountain range ; And my lover , waiting for me , At my feet lies still and strange ; Calling me with many voices : Lazy lappings on the shore ; Deep-toned moans from ocean-caverns ; Stiver Hsplngs ; thundrous roar ] O my lover ! grand and mighty . Dare I venture the rash deed ? All my soul has gone before me ! Follow I with swiftest speed . O er the precipice my waters Rush tumultuous atone bound , Shattered ? broken ? ah , what care !?—- Thou , my lover , thou art found ! —Temple Bar A PECULIAR POSITION . ( From Temple Bur . ) ( Continued from page 11 . ) Well , I hope , considering the number of times I am on tbe water , that the probabili...

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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

INSURE YOUR PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE AND LIGHTNING . Continental ;* ^^ ( FIRE ) *** ? •^ HOTCE cejaPTpr-i * OIF 2 STETW YORK . PRINCIPAL OFFICE , IOO AND 102 B ROADWAY , NEW YORK . Office Brooklyn Department , cor . Court and Montague Streets , Brooklyn . GEO T . HOPE , President . H . H . LAMPORT , Vice Pre sident . CYRUS PECK , . Sec . B . C . TOWNSEND , Sec . Agency Dept . A . M . KIRBY , Sec . Local Dept . C . 11 . DUTCHER , Sec . Brooklyn Dept . J OHN K . OAKLEY , General Agent . F . C . MOORE , Agency Manager . Western ( OFFICE , cor . ^ A ^^ o ^^ s ., CHICAGO , ILL . Department : \ A . WILLIAMS , superintendent . Diakes a spe ^ iHlly of the Inniirance . against FIKE and LIGHTNING , of Farm prol >« rly , iucludine Idve Stock , Dwellings . Country Churches and IMxtrict School House * . STATEMENT , JANUARY I , 1880 . CASH CAPITAL , - - $ 1 , 000 , 000 . 00 SURPLUS OP ASSETS , - - 2 , 478 , 188 . 76 Gross Assets , - - $ 3 , 478 , 188 . 76 Cash on hand and in bank ...

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THE HOME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

THE HOME CHOOSING THE RING . I looked at an amethyst first , dear—Twas so like your violet eyes , Dreamy and soft , yet deep aud clear , The very hue of the skies When dark clouds part , and tbe steadfast blue Looks down on the storm below ; For a faith that ls tender aud tried and true The tints of the amethyst show . And then tho sunlight suddenly streamed On a mammoth topaz there ; Liquid gold , It glistened and gleamed Like lhe amber glint of your hair . And hope , glad hope , was the word I read As In the whirl of a sunny curl : But the ring was far too large , I said . Not this for my little girl . Twas a ruby stone I looked at next , It glowed like my own heart , dear ; And I poised lt a moment , half perplexed , For I felt your red lips near ! Love , love , I read In its burning rim , And yet ^ can you tell me why ? The co . lor grew suddenly cold and dim , And I passed the ruby by . It was only tbedlatnonds flash revealed Blue , gold , and crimson in one ! Ay ! faith , hope...

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FOR YOUNG READERS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

FOR YOUNG READERS . THE BIRD PROTECTORS . We have to begin our few words to the Bird Protectors this week with an apology . We subjoin the names of several new Bird Protectors received some time ago , but the publication of which was omitted by an oversight on the part of the writer , who begs to tender to those who were so unintentionally neglected , his sincere apologies for the omission . The names referred to are : Curtis Williams , Wesley Williams , Becky Williams , Winny White , Maxey White , Bobert Williams , Albert Fitzgerald , Mintie Kerr , Bobert Kerr , John B . Maye , Mattie 3 . Maye , Effle Myers , James B . Cosgrove , all of Clarington , Forest county , Pennsylvania ; and Albert Cook and Ella Cook , of Cooksburgh , same county aud State ; all the above were sent in by Mattie J . Maye . Artber J . Hills , of Medina , Wis . ; Judson W . Dodge , Lurena Russell , Avis Waterbury , Newton Kirkham , Dora Williams , Genie Palmiter , Fred Strader , Bose Kyle and Elva Kyle , Lott...

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A PIECE OF GLASS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

A PIECE OF GLASS Most of vou must have heard the story of some Phoenician merchants in olden days , who , while traveling , stopped by . the sea-shore for rest and refreshment . They gathered bits of drift-wood and dry seaweed together and lit a fire , and as it burned to ashes , observed that the latter , uniting with the sand which was melted by the heat , formed a hard and transparent , or , as we say now , a vitreous , substance . It is probable , however , that they were not the only people who made this or some similar discovery , as glass beads have been found in very ancient Egyptian tombs , and the old Romans were so very skilful both in blowing and cutting glass , that modern manufacturers can And no better models than those of their classic vases and goblets . The ingredients , though of course improved upon from time to time , are substantially the same now as they were then , and consist of sand mixed with an alkaline 4 ubstance , usually either a salt of soda , or pota...

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CHILD'S COT-ST . LUKE'S HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

CHILDS COT-ST . LUKES HOSPITAL Contributions are solicited for the endowment of a cot for sick children in St . Luke s Hospital . Many of the children who have been received in the hospital and accommodated in the one cot already endowed come from the country to receive treatment of a character which a large city alone affords . The endowment secures the perpetual support of a cot for this purpose , ana those who receive the FARMERS R EVIEW regularly and read this department of the paper , already know , through the various articles and letters published on this subject heretofore , how much good is to be accomplished through this cot . Any sum , however small , will be acceptable , and acknowledgement will be duly made through this paper . The work is especially recommended to little children who may wish . to contribute their mites toward aiding * their little suffering fellows . Rev . Clinton Locke requests that all who feel inclined to aid in the good work will inclose their con...

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THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE . A pretty deer is dear to me , A hare with downy hair ; I love a hart with all my heart , But barely bear a bear . TIs plain that no one takes a plane To have a pair of pears ; A rake , though , often takes a rake To tear away the tares . All rays raise thyme , times razes all ; And , through the whole , hole wears . A writ , in writing right , may wrltn It wright , and still be wrong—For write and rite are neither right , And dont to write belong . Beer often brings a bier to man . Coughing a coffin brings , And too much ate wilt make us all . As well as other things . The person lies who says he lies When he is but reclining ; And , when consumptive folks decline . They all decline declining . A quail dont quail before a storm—A bough will bow before it ; We can not reign the rain at all No earthly powers reign o er It . The dyer dyes awhile , then dies : To dye he s always trying . Until upon his dying-bed He thinks no more of dyeing . A son ot Mars mars man...

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

MISCELLANEOUS WASHINGTON NOTES . AMONG the curious new discoveries in the field of surgical science , not the least interesting and valuable , is the process of skin-grafting , which ha . nly within a short time been employe ^ in Bellevue Hospital with wonderful success . Dr . Qirdner , house-surgeon of the institution , communicates the details of recent cases to a reporter of the New York Herald , as follows : I had several patients in my ward who had chronic ulcers of the leg which seemed incurable . Fearing that one of the patients would die , I decided as a last resource to graft skin on the surface of the ulcers . The patient on whom I proposed to perform the operation refused to allow any skin to be cut from his arms or body for the purpose , claiming that the pain was too great . I determined to try the skin of a corpse , as it would have been unjust to expect any of the other patients to make the sacrifice to save a man who refused to suffer himself . I cut a piece of skin ...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

* £ 2 L PARLOR PICTURES . zss ( HOT CHEAP CHROMOS , BUT WORKS OF REAL MERIT . ) -WITH THE FARMERS REVIEW . FREE OP CASH COST , to all who send the names of new subscribers for RRVJBW ; and also furnished to all at a mere nominal additional cost to the subscription price . Carefully read terms . HOW TO OBTAIN THE BELOW DESCRIBED PICTURES FREE I Thousands of them have been soldat from | a . oo to $ 3 . 00 fir Copy . — , To Present Subscribers : —To any present subscriber sending us Two SUBSCRIPTIONS and Two DOLLARS , we will send FREE , POST-PAID , anyone ofthe beautiful premium Engiavings below described , or for THREE SUBSCRIPTIONS and THREE DOLLARS , we will send A PAIR ( any two ) of the Engravings . 0 To . Renewing Subscribers : —To any person renewing for a year from expiration of present subscription , and sending ONE NEW SUBSCRIPTION besides their own , with Two DOLLARS , we will send any one picture FREE , or for Two NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS with their own and THREE DOLLARS , we wil...

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

> NICHOLS , SHEPARD & CO . BatfleHJicii ^ ^? ! ii ^ OWICIWAL AND ONLY GENUINE ^ JPK ^ I ^^ TW ^^ NS ^ Threshing Machinery and Portable W 3 HB ^^ H ^^^ S faj ^^ ^ BBk THE STANDARD of excellence throughout the /^ Q ^ j ^ M £ ^ j ^ S ^ I ^^ ^^ L MATQHLESS Vor Grain-Saving , Tune-Savin , ? , Per- ^ nB ^ 9 ^^ rafi ^^ N ^^ 9 [ Bv INCOMPARABLE in QuaUttjotM & tetiahPerfMtion ^ r l <^ ijXPWUu | il 3 M of Parts , Thorough Workmanship , Elegant Finish , and * V-- ^« 2 fcS ?^^ iif / 1 V 5 I ^^^^ MARVELOUS for vastly superior work in all kind * ^ - ^ == ^^^^^ uB ^^ Le *^^ UiJLa £ ^ svB ^ or Grain , and universally known as the only stfccegHfiil * r ^~ * m 3 X- >*~ . As * - * - — Thresher in Flax , Timothy , Clover , and all other Seeds . Astonishingly Durable and wonderfully simple , using less than half the usual gears and belts . PORTABLE , TRACTION , and STRAW-BURNING STEAM-ENGINES , with special features of Power , Durability , Safety...

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CHAFF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

CHAFF . PRECISELY So . —Ought not all matters of momeut to be described in a minute manner ? How to prevent rash breaking out in children—Take hall a pint of the best malt vinegar , and—put a rod iu it . A WATCH fitted with a second-hand need not necessarily be a second-hand watch . STEAM is a servant that sometimes blows up its master . AN ungrammatical judge is apt to pass an incorrect sentence . A THORN in the bush is worth two in the hand . A FRIEND in need is a friend indeed . —All the friends that were in need , that we have known , have proved themselves any thing but friends indeed , for-they have usually confined tnemselves to borrowing half-crowns which they have always carefully forgotten to repay . ONE good turn deserves another . —First turn out the contents of a gentleman s pocket , and then turn the wheel of the treadmill . As the happy couple were leaving the church , the husband said to the partner of his wedded lite : Marriage must seem a dreadful thing to you . Wh...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

SHENANDOAH MINING COMPANY . Capital Stock , $ 3 , 000 , 000 . 300 « 000 SHARKS . # 10 EACH , FAJR , VALUE . FULL PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE . • # Mine located on King Solomon Mounlain , in San Juan County , Colorado . Vein is well defined , now liein ^ actively worked with three shifts of men , day and night . The Company expect from the developments made on this remarkable vein of ore , to commence sine payment of dividends at no distant day . A limited number of shares of this stock is offeied to the public . Parties seeking investment can learn full particulars by addressing W . G . PRESS & CO ., BANKEES SD BROKERS , 137 Madison Street , Chicago , III . Who will furnish , free of charge , daily quotations of this stock , and full particulars regarding the Company . aj ^ ¦ a ^ ¦ ¦ ¦ am . DurinKUionioiitliot Julysubsci-iptioiiswlllhercceivedfortheCHI- ^ B II ^ B I HI | B CAGO WEEKLX NEWS , extendlngfrointhedatoof recclpttojan1111 UM I || l lag nary 1 st next for TWENTY-FIV...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

Our LATEST CATALOGUE of Band Instruments , with 160 Engravings of Suits , Caps , Belts , Pompons , Drum Majors Stan s and Hats , Epaulets , Cap-Lamps , Stand , Outfits and Music , contains 85 pages of VALUABLE INFORMATION for MufliciANfl . Mailed free . LYON & HKALY , 162 State St ., Chicago IU . CHAS . KAESTNER & CO ., ^^^ M ^ MW 9 ^ Manufacturers of T 3 Cffi | The Kaestner Portable JjjHMfjML French Burr Stone ¦ f BflBftfc FEED AND GRIST fl ^ H gSp ^ ilft . For F , rm u , e * n < * stock ^^ MmSlFwlrr ^ v Raisers , alto General 63 South Canal St ., CHICAGO . ( Bend for Circular . ) 15 JJ , 4 , s ft * - V ^ e » sy > fc 3 g W ssghssS ^ Ss ^ ss ^^^^ AUtN I O WAN I tU to sell the best Fam- . Hy Knitting Machine ever Invented . Wlll knit a pair of stockings , with HEEL and TOE complete , ln 20 minutes . It will also knit a great variety of fancy work for which there Is always a ready market . Send for circular and terms to The Twombly Knlttin...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 8 July 1880

HAHNEMANN Medical College and Hospital Co ^ e e KJ a /; f ^ e • , wt ^ S ^^^ y ?„ Vstn ^ 0 ,, tt Tl ; e largest Clinics . For catalogue , address T . S . HOYNE , M . D ., 1632 Wabash Ave ., Chicago , III : S 1000 BEWARD poll ANY WASHING MACHINE that will Sd ^ uerUldcko ^ M A LE AN D FEM A LE . Send for descriptive circulars and testimonial ? Price pm , delivered at any Railway Express Olllce- ciu-t of the Mies ssippi and Missouri III vers , aim in K IIUWIH and ^ Nebraska . BISSELL MANUFAtTURING CO y 50 Barclay St ., New York . • - f » Lovely Rosebud chronio Cards , or 20 Motto v Chromos , with name , 10 c . NASSAU GAUD Co ., Nassau , N . Y . ^ JAMES P . SCOTTS JEWELRY Watchesand Clocks . Agent sCatalogueFree . Chicago . t IAMPAIGN GOODS . Agents can make $ 10 \ J a day , also Country stores . Address , U . S . Mfg . Co ., Pittsburgh , Pa . CUTS ! CUTSJ CUTS !! ILLUSTRATE YOUR PAPERS . We have on hand a large number of handsome cuts , many of them ordered expressly for the 1-AKMBRS R...

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PROSPECTUS or THB 'FARMERSREVIEW FOR 1880 . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

PROSPECTUS or THB FARMERSREVIEW FOR 1880 . Trot FABMEBSBKVTJ _ W is a 16-paj . e 111 ns trated weekly Journal of agricultural intelligence . Its leaves are cut and pasted , and- in Its general appearance and mechanical work , it ls superior to any agricultural journal published in this country . Its annual subscription price Is only Oira DOLLAB A YKAB , postpaid It Is edited witb the most scrupulous care . Its articles are candid , concise , varied . Its selections are pure , apt , readable . Its numerous contributors are from among the most emitfent , practical writers , in their respective departments , that the country affords . Among them we may mention tlie following : HON . J . R . DODOK , PHOT . C . V . BIXKI , PBOJ . W . J . BEAL , PBOF . 6 . K . MOBBOW , HON . SAM L DISABT . PBOF . A . J . COOK , ! HON . A . M . G __ BLAND , HON . 0 . B . GALDSHA , S . T . K . PRIME , DB . J . H . TOTHILI . EBEN B . BBMOBD . Mr . Dodge is well known as the Jeading agricultural statistician ...

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THE SHEAF . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

THE SHEAF . . THE degree of Doctor of Philosophy was conferred , the other day , by the University of Michigan , on our Sdrr ^ spondent , Prof . W . J . Bea ^ of Mip | pgai ^ Agricultural College . The untveia ^ ilMsfaiieyer conferred this honor bat dace before . The degree was conferred , we suppose , for his work in the direction of agricultural education . AT the Millers National Convention at Cincinnati , an International Grain Congress was organized . The principal topic discussed was the advisability of urging a more uniform method of grading grain in the United States . After prolonged and animated debate , during which considerable difference of opinion was elicited on the subject ,, an Executive Committee was appointed , representing the cities of Cincinnati , Indianapolis , Louisville , Baltimore , Columbus , St . Paul , Chicago , Toronto , Milwaukee , New Orleans , Philadelphia , Albany , New York and Boston . To this committee is assigned the duty of an exhaustive report...

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AGRICULTURAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Review — 15 July 1880

AGRICULTURAL THE WINDMILL . Behold a giant am I ! Aloft here in my tower Witli my granite jaws I devour The maize , tlie wheat and the rye , And grind them into flour . I look down over the farms ; In tlie fields of grain I see The harvest that is to bo , And I fling aloft my arms , For I know lt Is all for me . • I hear the sound of flails Far oil from the tlireshing-lloors In barns with their open doors , And the wind , the wind in my sails , Louder and louder roars . I stand here in my place , With my foot on the rock below . And whichever way lt may blow . I meet it face to face , As a brave man meets his foe . And while we wrestle and strive , My master the miller stands And feeds me with his hands , For he knows who makes him thrive Who makes him lord of lands . On Sundays I take my rest ; Church-going bells begin Their low , melodious din ; I cross my hands on iny breasf , And all is peace within . —IlKKKV W . LONOKBLLOW DRAINAGE-THE WHY AND THE HOW . ( Concluded from last nu...

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